almost a full marathon
You burn about 100 calories an hour, that's how much your body needs to just function, so about 2400 calories a day.
How many calories you burn with exercise depends on how hard you exercise and how much you weigh. The more vigorous the exercise, the more calories per hour you can burn. Cross-country skiing, jogging and swimming are exercises that burn a significant number of calories per hour.
how much exercise is needed to burn 150 calories is 30:00 minutes but all you have to do is go to aon a treadmill about an hour
that depends on what type of exercise you are performing. Differant exercises require differant times & burn differant calories
Yes! If you eat you take in calories. If you exercise, you burn calories. The problem is that many people eat too much and exercise too little.
every time you do a hands out jump you burn 2 calories
Pretty much any and all activities will burn calories. "Active" or "energetic" ones (sports, exercise) will burn more calories than sitting and watching TV will, for example, though.
150 calories worth
To put it in simple terms, your body doesn't burn targeted calories. Each person has areas that they are prone to lose faster, but it is irrelevant from the exercise. So if burn calories it will burn fat all over. So yes, the exercise bike will burn calories all over. However, it won't burn as much calories as an elliptical machine, stair stepper, or running at similar intensity levels.
each gram of carbs is equal to 4 calories. 100 x 4 equals 400 calories to burn off. how much exercise is needed is determined by your own body's rate of burning calories.
After lunch and dinner.,
It depends on the type of carb, but generally, a carb is worth 4 calories. You can easily burn 4 calories grocery shopping.
The amount of calories you burn is based on how much effort you put in, how efficient you are at the exercise and how much you weigh. A 150 pound woman on an elliptical burns between 250-300 calories in 30 minutes of moderate exercise. The same woman on a treadmill will burn around 300 for moderate exercise.
I want to lose one stone and a half how much calories do I need to burn to lose that I do lot of exercise such as running on treadmill and cross trainer
It just depends how much they exercise, how tall they are, how much they eat, or how many calories they burn.
Press ups are an anaerobic exercise therefore you burn few calories performing them.It's virtually impossible to calculate the amount of calories burnt because we all possess different physiologys.
Yes, but you need to remember that it's a HELP only. Exercise does burn calories, but not as fast as it is eating them. Eat too much, and no amount of exercise can keep you from getting fat.
It depends on what type of exercise you are doing. To lose one solid pound of fat, you need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. Different types of exercise will burn these calories in different amounts of time. For example, you will have to do less jump roping exercises to burn of one pound than you would have to spend time walking.
Yes, you would burn body fat, because you pretty much loose calories from doing any exercise.
I think you mean how much exercise burns off 1 pound, because calories make up fat, calories do not burn the fat. Calories are something you do not want too much of.
One Pound of fat ios approx 3250 calories
not unless you eat more calories than you burn off while excercising.
Sauna doesn't burn calories. It makes you sweat mostly water, which has zero calories.
Burn more calories than you consume and you will lose weight. Find out how many calories you eat and burn each day. Run on the treadmill until your calories burned is bigger.
It depends on how much you weigh and how hard you're working. The more you weigh the more calories you burn. If you exercise a level 1 (very easy) you're not going to burn as much as you would if you were at level 5 or above. I best way know is to get a heart rate monitor (you can find them on the web for about $100) it will tell you exactly how many calories you burn.